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Best 50 Ways To Make Money As A Student In Nigeria

HOW TO MAKE MONEY AS A STUDENT IN NIGERIA
When you Google the phrase "How to can I make money as a student in Nigeria" you get over 600,000 results and even more. Some of the related searches even include earn money while studying, make money online as a student, how can I make money while studying, how can I make money in higher institution, how to make money online, top business ideas for university students and things that a student can do to make money in Nigeria.

This is a healthy result and in fact, it shows a quick pace of growth and development. Students usually need to pay for everything. Nigerian student literally needs to pay to survive. Some of these payments include acceptance fee, lesson fee, faculty dues, textbooks, acceptance fee and most importantly the school fees.
Nigeria is a country with an amazing population of 186 million people(World Bank, 2016) speaking over 300 indigenous languages but there is a minor setback, poverty. In fact, Nigeria is one of the poorest countries in the world. 86.9 million Nigerians are living in extreme poverty which represents nearly 50% of its estimated 186 million population (World Bank, 2016). As Nigeria faces a major population boom, it will become the world’s third largest country by 2050. it’s a problem will likely worsen. Less than 35% of university students nationwide can afford a proper meal. It is no wonder that garri (cassava flour) is the most consumed commodity on campus today. It is no wonder you would like to make a few Naira of your own, so let's get down to it.

HOW TO MAKE MONEY AS A STUDENT IN NIGERIA

I did some research and found out that when grouped there are three major ways to make money as a student in Nigeria.
1. Making money online.
2. Making money with acquired skill(s).
3. Making money with common means (No Special Skill(s) Required).
Do Note:
I made use of "income potential". These are not exaggerated numbers rather what you will make it you work diligently and passionately.
"Opportunities don't happen. You create them"- Chris Grosser
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1. Making money online.

Top 50 Successful Ways To Make Money As A Student In Nigeria

This includes jobs, services, and transactions that can only be done on the internet.

1. Start a blog or websites:

If you would like to make money online as a student in Nigeria, setting up a blog is your best bet.
Starting a website with Bluehost takes less than 20 minutes and on blogger takes less than 300 seconds, it costs hardly anything and is really easy to set up. It only takes a bit of awareness, backlinks, and posts on social media and other sites to get your first visitor and increase your traffic, plus there are a lot of ways to make money from your site.
Tool To Get Started:
In order to start a blog or a site, you'll need:
1. Laptop(s).
2. Phone.
3. Internet.
4. And knowledge of basic programming language(s).
If you can secure all these ends with time, I'm sure that you can be a successful blogger.
Some of the advantages of starting a blog include you get easy money, you can share your idea with the world, everything you post is considered valuable information to another person which fosters societal growth
Income Potential:
When you get Google Adsense, high traffic, unique content, authority niche, high DA and PA, you can earn at least ₦150,000 every month as a student.
Proof: "but once you have a large following, you could earn over $15,000 per month or more, we do"- thecollegeinvestor.com. Yes, blogging can feed you as long as you're good at it.

2. Affiliate marketing:

If you've got an amazing fan base on social media or maybe you even have a blog or website, you can start bringing in money immediately by promoting all sorts of companies, firms, wares, products, services and offers online.
Sign up, check their offers or browse the merchant listings to find something you think your friends would be interested in, copy your affiliate link and share/post it. If someone buys (can be within or up to 90 days using web cookies) using your link, you'll get paid a commission/percentage of/for the sale.
The amazing beauty of affiliate marketing is that they can continue to be a source of income even after a decade or two as long as people continue to visit your Facebook page, site or WhatsApp group, click on the links and purchase an item using your link.
Tool To Get Started:
In order to start affiliate marketing, you'll need just your:
1. Site or social handle.
2. A phone or P.C.
If you want to make a lot of money online as a student? Affiliate marketing ought to be your first choice.
Income Potential:
The income varies according to the program and your commission and/or percentage per sale. But if you are serious, you can make up ₦50,000 monthly from Domainking affiliate, and 10,000 from Jumia affiliate, Garanntor affiliate program and over ₦350,000 monthly and make money with Travelstart affiliate program.

3. Freelancing

Getting paid to write isn’t just professional newspaper & magazine journalists. You'd be surprised to know that a lot of websites, blogs, and people periodicals pay average people(writers) to write articles and eBooks for them.
Hey! Do you need proof? visit wepaywriters.com, hwriters.com and even freelancer.com pay every writer that contributes and post unique content on their site.
Linda Ikeji, the richest blogger in Africa also have bloggers and writers working for her. You can also benefit from writing.
Tool To Get Started:
In order to start making money as a freelancer, you'll need just your:
1. Phone or laptop with a writing app, I recommend WPS writer, Microsoft Word, and Google Docs.
Income Potential:
Your income is entirely up to you, you can charge ₦500 for 500 words, ₦1.30 per word or in rare cases ₦1,000 for 500 words. You can also write for sites like hwriters, we pay writers, freelancer or sell your services on Fiverr, OLX, Jiji and other private firms.

4. Start-up a YouTube channel/Sell your videos:

Emmanuella and mark angel comedy, crazeclown, the house of ajebo, area, etc are key players in the video making and earning videos. Besides, they've inspired a lot of Nigerians (mostly secondary school students) to make a funny video and earn as they.
If writing isn’t exactly your strong point, making and selling videos have made students a lot of money online in Nigeria and abroad once you monetize it.
Emmanuel Iwueke Ogonna (craze clown) a comedian in Nigeria became popular and made wealth all thanks to his short comedy skits and funny videos on YouTube and his Instagram page. He is now the NairaBet and Airtel brand ambassador.
Tool To Get Started:
In order to start making and selling videos online, you'll need a:
1. A video camera, I recommend a GO Pro (it works underwater too).
2. A YouTube channel.
3. Social accounts, I recommend Instagram or Facebook.
4. Video editors and editing skills
Income Potential:
Youtube pay $1 for every 1,000 views. So you can earn as much as $35( ₦ 12,600)weekly on youtube. And you can sell Amazon or Vimeo for as low as ₦35,000.

5. Selling school update:

To be honest, not a lot of students have been able to benefit from this program, they are not too optimistic about the idea of selling school update. This is an awesome source of income, believe me.
It is more like a micro-niche in freelancing. Freelance on a small scale and just limited to the campus ground.
If you would like to make money using this business idea, you'll need a Phone or laptop with a writing app, I recommend WPS writer, Microsoft Word, and Google Docs and internet connection.
Income Potential:
You can sell every update for as much as ₦15,000 to the press (ABS Awka price) and ₦200 to the student. Myschoolnews.ng pays ₦100 for every valid school news.

6. Write and sell E-books:

Still under the sub-topic of writing, and freelancing, students that are good at researching and writing, here is your chance to own your own business as a student. A lot of students have been able to create an sell e-books and make tons of cash.
With the Amazon Kindle store, you can publish and/or sell an eBook and make money.
Tool To Get Started:
In order to start making by selling ebooks online, you'll need a:
1. Phone or laptop with a writing app, I recommend WPS writer, Microsoft Word, and Google Docs.
2. E-book converter, I recommend Adobe Reader.
3. Internet connection.
Income Potential:
Prices vary and you can state your price but the standard(minimum) price for an e-book is between $5 to $10. Bou you can choose to sell for as much as ₦ 5,000.

7. Review websites, apps, and games:

UserTesting.com a new platform that pays everyday people to review all kinds of websites. And there are tons of apps on play store that pay you tokens when you review apps and/or games. pay stack and the likes. So, you bag over ₦5,000 for your idea on a site, game or app.
Your review takes around 20 minutes and bags you $10 (£6.50) via Paypal.
Tool To Get Started:
In order to make money online by reviewing apps, games, and sites you only need your phone or P.C. and internet connection.
Income Potential:
Modern apps pay as low as 50 cents and as much as $4 per review.

8. Use referral programs:

This is a new trend in the online world and a business idea that most students in Nigerian universities get attached to because they are close to their market(roommate and coursemates) and it by far the easiest and most preferred source of income used by college and university students.
You can start this business idea in your dorm using only your mobile phone.
Income Potential:
Nnu pays ₦1,000 per referral. Refer 3 students daily and you get ₦3,000 daily, And ₦35,000 weekly from travel beta referral program.

9. Customer care agent:

If you call customer care agent of any telecommunication company in Nigeria, listen close they speak and sound like students or graduates usually young adults between the ages of 20 and 45.

A student who worked on who works as a customer care agent did not reveal much. So, from what I've been able to gather, I discovered that is not too difficult to start up
1. Fill the online form and submit. Once approved,
2. Get a phone/land line with long battery life to answer complaints and requests.
3. Get a P.C to file complaints and solve them from your own end.
Note: This is a full-time job. You can get a call at 2 am and have to answer.
Income Potential:
MTN pays their customer care agents over ₦50,000 monthly.

10. Virtual assistant:

There comes a point in your life and business when you just can’t do it all on your own anymore, If you don’t get help, you end up just stressed out, pulled at in all different direction, confuse and eventually quit.
This is where a virtual assistant comes in.
A virtual assistant is someone that contracts with businesses or/and individuals to do work virtually that they don’t have the desire or capacity to do themselves. In order words, an online secretary.
You just need your phone, P.C. and a really good memory to get started.
Income Potential:
You determine how much you would be paid for your services. But the asking price is usually $150 monthly.

HOW TO MAKE MONEY AS A STUDENT IN NIGERIA

This includes businesses that are done only after you have studied and learned certain skills. They include

11. Handyman:

A handyman is an American term used to describe a man or a person that does household repairs and installation. A handyman also called a handyperson or handiwork is a person skilled at a wide range of repairs typically around the home. These tasks include trade skills, repair work, maintenance work, are both interior and exterior, and are sometimes described as "side work", "odd jobs" or "fix-up tasks".
A person who does vocational works such as carpentry, wiring and repairs, bricklaying, plumbing, and even painting is not a handyman.
If you have hands-on experience installing door hinges, fixing leaky sinks, painting, moving heavy stuff etc. Congratulations, you're a handyman and probably ready to start earning.
You don’t need to be a master electrician to install a ceiling fan or an electric socket. Just make sure you of the current first then read the manual guide and you get paid.
You need basic tools like hammer, pliers, shovel, crowbar, hand trowel etc in order to get started.
Income Potential:
You can charge as much as ₦15,000 for a.c. installation, ₦ 3,000 for ceiling fan installation and ₦7,500 for generator repairs.

12. Graphic designs:

Graphic design isn’t just making designs and logos using Photoshop, Illustrator or other graphics programs. Its a hobby and one I'd love to learn.
you can put your graphics skills to work in this high-demand opportunity while there is are still strong demand for website design and designs for eBook covers, t-shirts, flyers, business cards, wall art, handbill, personalized gifts, banners and product packaging on campus. There is always something going down in campus beauty Padgetts, elections, talk shows etc. This skill brings a constant and marginal flow of income. Sell your services and get rich. Graphics and design is a major job that a student can do to make money in Nigeria.
Tools To Get Started:
In order to make money online and offline designing graphics, you'll need:
1. A computer with graphic design software. I recommend both Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Corel Draw.
2. 3D printers
Income Potential:
A graphic designer that does an outstanding work can charge as much as ₦10,000 to ₦50, 000 for just a logo or an emblem.

13. Photography:

The Essence of photography school cannot be stated as in this article as a subheading but a whole new article of its own.
Come to think of it. Smartphones have done a great job on camera since the past decade. Smartphones of the 21st century just keep getting better and better, up to 15MP available in most modern mobile devices.
Ok, let's not beat around the bush. Everybody loves a good picture. Even better a good shot makes you a peoples person. Opening a whole new world of connection.
Bayo Omoboriowo is only 28 years old but successful. He is the official photographer of President Muhammadu Buhari. But studied pure and applied chemistry and proved that following your passion truly pays. See what I mean by the influence and connection. Besides, you can mix this skill with pinch graphic design and double your earning.
Tool To Get Started:
In order to make money from photography, you'll need:
1. Camera(s).
2. Printer.
3. Accessories i.e. Tripods, camera bag, lens etc.
4. A computer.
5. Editing software programs.
Income Potential:
Forget ₦200 per shot. You can charge ₦500 for outdoor services and ₦600 for indoor services. Plus during matriculation, convocation, weddings, special events, SUG elections, faculty weeks and nights, proms, beauty Padgetts, and even graduation are serves a bonus and special offers every year. You can take up to 600 pictures in less than three hours. Now do the maths!!!
₦ 600 X 500 pictures = ₦ 300,000. Boom, you're good to go for the whole semester.

14. Teach music:

If you know any musical instrument the guitar, drum set, piano, tuba etc a child or adult may be in urgent need of your services.
If you haven’t played in a while, get back into it and see if your passion is still there. But I'm sure you do. Besides music is a big market in the entertainment industry.
Besides music instructors of MTN project fame are being paid ₦5,000,000 per season(2016)
Income Potential:
As a student music teacher, you can charge up to ₦ 15,000 per month.

15. Teach yoga/exercise and fitness:

If you have already taken classes at the gym, you're fit and quite good at it, why not be an instructor and get paid?
A lot of students on campus love recreational activities with are not really necessary i.e. judo, kung fu, martial arts, Go-cart racing.
Become personal trainer (certification may be needed) and give training sessions. It will be a good exercise for you too. You don’t really need a facility, you can use the school gym, basketball court or even your hostel lawn.
Income Potential: The standard price on campus is ₦10,000 per month but you can charge more.

16. Event planning:

A coordinator is essential for brides and grooms who want to do most of the planning themselves but look really really good on that special day. The usually leave the wedding plan to relatives but when their wedding date gets closer, they get a professional to execute all of their hard work. This is where you come in as an event planner
Your job is to Organize facilities and details and ensuring every event and plan goes smoothly such as decor, catering, entertainment, transportation, location, invitee list, special guests, equipment, promotional material etc. So, you're important.
This is one of the best business ideas for a student because it doesn't disrupt your studies. These events usually happen on weekends.
Income Potential: Every planner charge as much as ₦100,000 per event. You can charge more if you offer better services and you have a higher standard.

17. Become a Music DJ:

Everyone likes good music. Hip-hop, jazz, blues, and the likes. Creating mixtapes and tracks is not such a bad way to earn while studying.
A Disc Jockey often referred do as a DJ, is a person who plays existing recorded music to a live audience.
A DJ can work almost in every place these include radio, club, on T.v., hotels, school, bar etc. They also perform at a nightclub, music festival and can act as a turntablist, a person who uses record players and/or turntables to manipulate sounds on phonograph records.
Tools To Get Started:
In order to make money working as a disk jockey, you'll need:
1. 2 x DJ Turntables.
2. 2 x DJ Cartridges (needles)
3. DJ Mixer.
4. Slipmats (felt mats that go between record + turntable platter)
5. DJ Headphones.
6. Computer.
7. DJ Interface Package such as Serato Scratch Live, Traktor Scratch
8. A pair of speakers (may be required) etc.
Income Potential:
A minimum of ₦30,000 per event.

18. Cook for Events/Sell processed meals:

If you have the amazing ability to cook and make great tasting, mouthwatering and good looking meals, selling your cuisines is your ticket out of being broke.
Owning an eatery is an awesome way to make money on campus not a lot of people can brag of being able to prepare a tasty meal and but you can then congratulations. You will be earning your daily bread daily.
Cooking meals for events are not such a bad idea either. You can set up your own canteen or in your dorm room or any preferred site.
Income Potential: If you cook for an event, serve and wash, ₦40,000 is your asking price dear. But if you sell processed meal, you make as much as #5,000 daily.

18. Become A dance teacher:

In 2012, Amarachi Uyanne is a popular Nigerian dancer, violinist, recording artiste, singer, songwriter, and a performing artiste rose to fame after winning the 2012 Nigeria Got Talent Show sponsored by Airtel Nigeria. She won ₦10,000,000 in the competition, becoming the youngest millionaire in Nigeria at the age of 8 years old. Yes, I'm talking about Amarachi dance. And I believed I have proved my point.
August 2017, Ayo and Teo released a song called Rolex and brought up cool dance moves. Everyone made videoes that the street dancers in tripled before dance video went viral.
August 2018, one of the most searched keyword according to google trends is "how to dance shaku shaku".
Teaching dance moves is an awesome way to make money especially on Nigerian campuses. You don’t really need a facility, you can use the school gym, basketball court or even your hostel lawn and a pair of sneakers.
Income Potential:
The price usually charged is ₦30,000 per month, ₦2,000 per hour and ₦ 50,000 per event(beauty Padgett).

20. Tutorials:

Tutoring students is an awesome way to gain extra cash and help your fellow students gain an understanding of courses like Chemistry, Foreign Language, Math, etc. Any subject or topic you know and can teach should be bargained to an agreed price so you can make some money in and out of college.
You can place banners around and outside the school premises. This allows you to advertise your services plus students will be able to view your profile and send you messages and set up classes.
Income Potential: It's totally upon to you. But the asking price is usually #30,000 monthly.

21. Programming/Reprogramming:

Apart from the fact that the richest men are programmers, computer programs have been able to bring about modernization and development in most societies.
If programming takes time, you can consider reprogramming.
Programming is the process of writing computer programs.
A programmer provides (a computer or other machine) with coded instructions for the automatic performance of a task. A programmer gets paid for building personal websites, develop games, build trendy applications and participate in programming contests, give advertisements in business listing directories. While a reprogrammer
program (a computer or something likened to one) again or differently.
Tool To Get Started:
In order to make money from programming, you'll need:
1. A laptop(s)
2. Must have learned more than five languages.
Income Potential:
income varies. But can earn up to ₦350,000 monthly.

22. Drive for the school, uber/offer transport services:

If you have a car and you are comfortable using it as a taxi, driving for Uber is a unique way to make money. Uber drivers make up to $35/hr. You can also consider driving for the school, besides we've all got somewhere to go.
If you want to drive in the middle of the night from 2 am to 6 am, you can!
Or you can find a more suitable time schedule to suit you.
You only need your car and you are set.
Income Potential: Uber drivers make an average of ₦20,000 to ₦40,000 weekly. If you put in the/ right piece in the puzzle you can earn as much as ₦ 50,000 weekly.

23. Become a Lab assistant:

Medical Laboratory Assistants prepare and in some cases process samples in a pathology laboratory.
This job is limited to medical student and aspirants.
They also utilize pre-analytical systems in order for bio-medical scientists or Medical Laboratory Scientific Officers to process the biochemical tests requested on the sample. So not everybody can partake. The main duty of a lab assistant is to support the professional
Laboratory technologist in collecting samples, specimens, preparing them for analysis and running routine
lab tests. As a lab assistant, you may test blood, urine, tissue and other bodily substances.
Income Potential: A lab assistant in the school clinic or hospital can earn up to ₦30,000 monthly.

24. Go for gigs:

When it comes to gigs and concerts, music is the first event that pops up. Currently, music and songwriting national cake in the entertainment industry and a lot of students and youth benefit from it every day. Writing a good a song brings fame. And this fame brings about concerts and fortune.
When it comes to music and entertainment today, the campus is usually the best place to start because they are usually intercampus events, festival, bonfires, and even TDB (till day break) concerts. This makes campus ground your personal shopping mall and brings a wide network connection(s) to you. Besides a lot to artistes troop into campus daily. One studio session can really change your life.
Income Potential:
Upcoming artistes charge up to ₦500,000 per show you are no different. And dancers, as I said earlier, can charge over ₦50,000 per show.

25. Partake in school politics:

Ok forget the campus grounds for a moment, we all know that there's a lot of money rooted in every political seat, SUG, faculty president, departmental president, course representatives, PRO, treasurers etc.
Income Potential: How much does your SUG president earn per semester? What of faculty president? Class dues for course rep? Do state it in the comment section. So, you can get up to ₦300,000 per semester. Are you still searching " how can how to make money as a student?" then school election is your best bet. If you want to make a lot of money on campus, then politics all the way. But make effort to be an awesome leader.

26. Invest it rich:

You don't have to be a graduate before you can begin to invest. In fact, most successful people(62%) were investing before they set their feet on campus. Invest the little you have to get more with little or no work required. This is one of the best ways to make money as a student in Nigeria.
The best ways to invest your money as a student includes
1. Opening a Brokerage Account for Stock Investments and Day Trading.
2. Try Long-term/Low-cost/Low-involvement Index Funds & Mutual Funds.
3. Bond Investments.
4. Open a Money Market Account.
5. Start Your Roth IRA (Individual Retirement Account).
6. Forex.
7. Buying stock/shares.
If you don't have in-depth knowledge about any of the methods on the list I wrote above, it's better you don't invest to avoid a loss but I would advise you to invest in school-related matters like the bonfire night, student week, faculty nights, sport, social activities and the likes. Then negotiate your commission or percentage which will be given to you as soon as the event is dissolved.
Income Potential: The income varies.

27. Model a product:

Are you photogenic? Can you take a picture wearing a specific article of clothing or accessory for a designer?
Can you hold a sign and take a picture? If yes, then congratulations. You are a model.
All companies and brand usually look for specific attributes usually eye color, complexion, hair, height or even weight. If you can key into any of the attributes, then you'll be rolling in gold in no time. As a model, you may pose as subject for paintings, sculptures, artistic expression, and design, at fashion shows, private showings, retail establishments or photo shoot and most importantly for advertising purposes. Do you want to make tons of money as a student? Then become a model.
Income Potential:
As much as $50 per studio session.

28. Auditions/video shoots:

Positions of always being a great source of income to student in campus some leave during the weekends and resume on Monday when you get eventually get into the top three the money awarded can take it to first class first class and video shoot most movies are taken close to camp was because of the urban setting a subdirectory full-pay students to move around play minor roles and all that if you can audition you might even get to play the role of a round character
Income Potential: As much as ₦30,000 per video shoot and for auditions, when you get to the last five, you can win over Two Million Naira. Besides, the grand prize for Nigeria got talent is Ten Million Naira.

29. Haircut services:

For most male students, you'll be their hero. Hair is an essence and portrait beauty. So, offering haircut services is also an awesome way to earn while studying. Most students on campus go through a lot in order to look good. Giving quality barbing, shave and haircut services can fetch a couple of bucks in school.
Income Potential:
₦ 300 to ₦1, 000 per service and as much as #₦ 20,000 weekly.

30. Stylist/Hairdressing/make up:

Hairdressing is an awesome job that a student can do to make money in Nigeria. If you have makeup skills, this will make a good Saturday morning job.
An average Nigerian girl spends over ₦ 4000 monthly on hair making and hair related product. Same deal as the make-up. If you have mad hair skills, you only have to put in a couple hours on a Saturday and then sleep on cash.
Income Potential: ₦1, 500 per service and as much as ₦ 30,000 weekly.

31. Tailoring:

No matter how modernized we try to look, a lot of students still prefer the good old native Ankara designs. Because it's catchy, culture and elegant designs.
If you have mad and crazy skills in embroidery and garment making you should be able to set yourself for life, while you are still on campus.
Amazingly, tailors charged over ₦ 6000 to make a ladies gown and they still purchase this item. So, tailoring is by far the best business idea for university students.
Income Potential: You set the prices for your services. But usually ₦ 2,000 to ₦ 5,000 per outfit. And over ₦150,000 monthly.

32. Consultant:

Interior designs, parent, in-house, marriage, agriculture, insurance anything you are skilled with can be put to use here.
if you have some skills that people are looking and you've established yourself to a level a where you are a leader in your industry or master in the game.
Giving insights/advice for a price, of course, is a way to get started.
you could also make yourself available on platforms like LinkedIn, Pinterest and even Facebook as well. Selling your time and receiving on a Skype call or Google hangout is a great hustle, make your presence know and start earning.
Income Potential:
Like I said earlier once "you've established yourself to a level a where you are a leader in your industry or master in the game". You can charge as low as ₦500,000 per client.

No Special Skill Needed:

Top 50 Successful Ways To Make Money As A Student In Nigeria
This involves jobs and transactions that are easy to start-up and requires little or no work at all.

33. Scholarships:

A scholarship is a grant or payment made to support a student's education or awarded on the basis of academic excellence and other achievements. This is the only way to make money as a student without any stress at all. You get paid simply for studying and this proves that you are a good student.
A total amount of N250,000 is enough for your fees, feeding and other minor requirements and still send home to your parents and siblings.
If you are a student and you don't have plans to secure a scholarship, then you're lost. Register for scholarship, sponsor your education and start earning as a student.
Income Potential:
Up to $10,000 in scholarship monthly.

34. Become a retailer/wholesaler:

If you're not much of a chef, you can sell foodstuffs and provision. This is one of the most profitable businesses for students living in the school hostel. Because a monopolistic market and it is highly privatized unless new competitions arrive.
Selling noodles, Milo, Cowbell, sugar, peanuts, snacks etc is your dorm room is not such a bad idea right?
Income Potential:
After summing up, you can gain up to ₦3,000 weekly.

35. Rent your space:

Whether you’re offering a bed space in the corner of your living room, maybe you have a spare bedroom, loft, camping area, or other places where people can stay or the whole room. No matter how big or small, it’s not free. When you’re ready to start welcoming tenant(s), you can publish your listing for students to see.
The bottom line is, if you have a space for rent, you should probably advertise it and potentially make some extra cash each month/year depending on the agreement. Besides getting a roommate is not such a bad idea.
Income Potential:
Income varies. If you paid ₦100,000, then place the rent to be 50k to 60k.

36. Sell your textbooks:

I’ve sold a lot of my old books to new students at a doubled price(neat and well kept). But when I sell half Price Books and instant cash. Selling back your used textbooks to the campus bookstore also has benefits. Instead of living it to get old and wear out, sell it once you get all required and essential information.
Income Potential: Income varies.

37. Sell old stuff:

In the United States of America, there are pawn shops you can go to trade junk for cash. But in Nigeria, you've got to get your hand dirty. Mobile phone, jewelry, generator, school bag, bicycle anything you don't need should go.
You can sell it to a friend, roommate, neighbor or even your relatives. There are also sites to ease you of this burdens. You can sell anything on Jiji.ng, olx.com etc.
Income Potential:
Income varies

38. Become a housing agent:

In school, a good house is important and should have clean water, security, neat and conducive environment for learning, available transport services and a sense of peace and order.

Your knowledge of school premises plus negotiations with landlords and landowners can make you a very rich student on campus especially when new entries are involved(year 1/100 level student). And if you are good at it, you might even be promoted to the caretaker.
Income potential:
Up to ₦150,000 monthly.

39. Rent out your car:

Do you have a vehicle that you're not using the way you thought you would and you don't like the idea of becoming the school or Uber driver? Here's another bright idea, rent it out for a day or two. Instead of leaving it downstairs to get a flat tire, dead battery or even engine failure.
Depending on how often you rent your car, you could earn a nice amount of money. Besides, you are on campus and a lot of people like flashy gears.
Note: Only let out your car to a trusted party with drivers license etc
Income Potential:
You can rent your car out for as low as ₦50,000 and as much as #150,000. Depending on the car model and condition.

40. Sell video games:

Boys and games are born together, figuratively speaking. If you have games on your laptop, PlayStation, mega drive, Xbox, wee, PSP or game boy. Selling it is an awesome way to make earn while studying.
Income Potential:
Income varies.

41. Bouncing services:

If you're fit, well-built and with a body size of let's say XL or XXL, a really nice height, you can over your services to people and organizations. As a bouncer, security guard or even a bodyguard is an awesome way to make money just by standing around and yelling at people it requires little or no experience at all. All you need is just a really good physique and you get paid monthly. it is an awesome way to make money as an undergraduate but do be careful in the advent of violent.
Income Potential:
Up to ₦40,000 monthly.

42. Lifeguard:

Ok if you're not a big guy, you're more of a little man or so and you can't bounce people. Well, you are the defender of the pool.
A lifeguard is a rescuer who supervises the safety and rescue of swimmers, surfers, and other water sports participants in swimming pool, water park, lakes, beach, and even river.
You simply sit around and make sure no dangerous event happen in your water. Then you get paid. You can become a lifeguard for the school pool or a nearby hotel and resorts, tourist center and your local community.
Income potential:
Up to ₦20,000 monthly.

43. Event Staffing:

An event staff is a student that usually represent the Office of Student Activities & Leadership Development. Who provides a positive peer security presence at a student and other organized social events on and off campus. They work with social event hosts, ushers, and Public Safety officers to maintain a fun and safe environment at these events. They generally help to maintain a safe and well-organized event.
Here, you don't have to be big or small, you can offer these service in all terrain. Birthdays, traditional ceremonies, wedding etc and also an event that is going on in and around your school. It is an awesome way to make money in college besides most of these events usually happened during the weekend
Income potential:
In a wedding, you can be paid up to ₦50,000 and ₦20,000 at other related events.

44. Get a part-time job:

A part-time job is the obvious first choice thought opted for by most students. It provides a pretty steady flow of income and can enable you to gain valuable work experience and connection.
A part-time is not such a bad idea, instead of using your spare time laying around and crying how hungry you are, you get a few bucks for yourself by going on simple errands.
A lot of people out there date looking for assistants, sales agent, secretary etc. you can use your spare time to make more money while studying.
Income potential:
As a secretary, you can earn up to ₦40,000 monthly and almost double as a sales agent.

45. Become a data reseller:

This is by far one of the most attractive on my list. There is a constant demand for data and internet, an average Nigerian spend at least 2000 Naira monthly on internet services. The job of a data reseller is to buy data from the telecommunication and sell to others at a reduced price. More of a wholesaler and retailer business.
Data resellers buy data in bulk and sell in bits. There is a lot to gain from this business on campus it can easily be monopolized and privatized. Meeting student data needs and also your data needs while earning money and studying is a nice way to make money as a student in Nigeria.

46. Offer pet care service:

Over the years, pets have evolved from being just animals to strange and wonderful distraction and integral part of families all over the world.
In Nigeria, the dog population has been variously estimated at between 3 and 5 million, but these estimates are not based on established parameters. You just have to discover if you are a dog or cat person.
Pet services is a big business across the country, For your information, most dogs pups are just as expensive if not the same price as an adult cow. Besides people make a six-figure income from it.
Pet sitters typically spend 30 minutes with your and can give the required medication(s). Lots of people have pets at home during the day while they work, to ward of loneliness or as a companion whichever way, connecting with pet owners who need a person to walk their dog or take care of their pets while they are away at work or traveling the globe will surely fetch you a lot of money on and off campus.
Income potential:
Up to ₦50,000 per service and ₦200,000 per sale.

47. Rent out musical instruments/gears:

Make money while you are renting out gear that isn’t in use to a trusted community/individual. Anything from instruments, studio space, guitars to rehearsal rooms, mics, and amps, and harps, flute, trumpets to studios. List your stuff and make money renting it out.
Income Potential: income varies.

48. Dry cleaning/laundry:

Doing student laundry is also another way you can use to make money on campus. Your services are usually essential to students who have pretty tight schedules.
Income potential:
Up to ₦3,000 daily and ₦1,000 per client.
Take Note:
Great things never came from comfort zones- Neil Strauss

49. Be a personal assistant/secretary:

Hanging out at the front desk of companies is o.k. It’s pretty quiet and requires in-depth knowledge of the company's procedure.
A lot of companies in Nigeria also have a student secretary and Liberians. Some are also included in the school museum or campus bookshop,a gift shop and even cash register manned by a student cashier.
Income potential:
The school Liberian can be paid up to
₦75,000 for the management and upkeep of the school facility.

50. Artisans/Vocation works:

An artisan is a skilled manual worker and often engages in making items that may be functional or very decorative used for various purposes such as clothing, jewelry, household items, and tools.
Examples include beads making, carpentry, bricklaying and Mason, metal welding etc. It sounds weird but a lot of Nigerian students have don't minor vocational work(s) to make some money in university.
Income potential:
Up to ₦35,000 per job.
As you can see, there are several ways that you can make money in as a student. Hopefully, you found one way to earn extra cash while you are studying and getting your degree. If you do, you can potentially graduate college with less debt and more peace of mind.
But you need to know that it could take months if not years to take months if not years before you can reach my income potential. But if you do it diligently, passionately and with your all(to the very best), you will surely become a PRO(professional) in your industry, "magic is believing in yourself, if you can do that, you can make anything happen"- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Do not make money using unethical ways(gambling, stealing, fraud, prostitution etc), it can destroy you. Remember "There are two types of people who will tell you that you cannot make a difference in this world: those who are afraid to try to those who are afraid you will succeed."- Ray Goforth
Just know that a journey of a thousand mile begins with a step. So take that step. I challenge you today,
Tasks.
A. Go through the article again, pick your favorite 10.
B. Write how much you would love to earn from your best 3.
C. Start immediately.
"It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves"- William Shakespeare
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